Imagine the pain. It’s chronic, ongoing, and governs every waking moment.
While some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, Chandler Fire officials say the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, injury to others, harm to pets, property damage and destruction of the environment.
As a 10-year-old growing up in the Midwest, Jon Konti remembers the anticipation that started weeks before the July 4th holiday— those big industrial-strength skyrockets set off at the hometown stadium, the secretly purchased Chinese firecrackers that some of his buddies somehow mysteriously acquired, even the hand-held sparklers that offered an always exciting, though presumably harmless, thrill.
In a globalized world of increasing inter-connectedness, the ripple effect caused by what once might have been considered distant events grows wider each day.
Tonio Hernandez Jr. jumps into the air, grabbing onto the pull-up bar, as his father, Antonio Sr., catches and steadies his his body in
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Every day is Father’s Day for Tim Brotherton, Tempe Family YMCA coach and father to 11-year-old Regan.
Photographer Billy Hardiman headed to the cool country over the weekend for Flagstaff’s Hullabaloo celebration, an annual community festival that has raised over $75,000 for state non-profits since 2010. Among sponsors were such notable Tempe institutions as Four Peaks Brewing Company and Arizona Distillers. For any Tempe or West Chandler visitors who might have been […]
Strong employee engagement was on display at a recent special event to honor staff.
Students from Corona del Sol joined 303 of the top high school quiz bowl teams at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis on May 27 for the 2017 High School National Championship Tournament.